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From Bani Sweif with Mobile Phone Camera.

Manager : Hosni ,you have to go ‘Bani Swif’ to visit our factories ,there.

Me : Okay ,Boss! .. (to myself : I have to charge my phone!) 474 more words


Photo Story

I have been taken this photo while my journey to Aswan City ,March 2013, in Upper Egypt ,where its located 14 hours by train far from the capital Cairo. 75 more words


Dualism in Egypt

Dualism is a feature of many societies, a characteristic that has influenced the political, religious, economic and social systems of many civilizations. There have been civilizations whom adopted dualism in their political system. 950 more words


Friday Prayers for Egypt: Beheadings


After a few days the spirit risks becoming calloused. One more tragedy amid a litany of offense. But the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians in Libya might strike a nerve that runs deeper. 363 more words


Christmas Break 2014 Part 1 - Nile Cruise

Christmas Break this year brought me three full weeks of time off from my students.  What to do with this time off? If you are a teacher you know exactly how I feel and if you are not a teacher then I’m sure you are hating on me right now.  1,660 more words


Photo Journal Kom Ombo Temple - Egypt

(Day 2 Nile Cruise) Kom Ombo Temple-This temple is unusual in that it is two combined. One side is dedicated to Sobek (crocodile god) and the other to Haroeris (Horus the Elder) 273 more words


Photo Journal Aswan, Egypt

(Aswan Souq, Northern Quarry, and Philae Temple) Our Nile Cruise Adventure began in Aswan. Here the desert meets the Nile, ancient trade routes once crossed paths, and old kingdoms fortified garrisons to guard the southern frontier leading into Nubia and Sudan. 165 more words